Early Alzheimer’s Biomarker May Exist in Young at High Genetic Risk of Disease

Early Alzheimer’s Biomarker May Exist in Young at High Genetic Risk of Disease
A research team attempting to identify new biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease has found that young subjects at high genetic risk of Alzheimer’s development — while moving through a virtual maze — showed lower brain cell activity involved in spatial navigation than a control group, revealing differences in the brain decades before possible disease onset. The study, entitled “Reduced grid-cell–like representations

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